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KnowledgePool deepens portfolio of e-business training



IT and business skills training company, KnowledgePool, is to expand its portfolio of e-Business training programmes in an effort to meet growing industry demand for staff with an understanding of new and emerging technologies.

The addition of 20 new courses will provide interested individuals or organisations with access to tuition in the areas of mobile commerce, web design and development, and web security, either in instructor-led classroom situations or via the company's 'e-learning' or on-line tutoring and mentoring service.

Courses on offer will range from WAP programming and EPOC application design (m-Commerce) to XML programming, enterprise JavaBeans programming (web development) and MIMEsweeper certification (web security).

According to company chief executive, Paul Butler, the new programme will provide learners with the skills necessary to "operate and succeed in the rapidly growing e-Business environment". KnowledgePool is a subsidiary of e-business services provider, ICL.


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